King's Quest voice cast led by Christopher Lloyd

The new King's Quest will feature a voice cast filled with voice acting veterans, but it'll all be led by long-time actor Christopher Lloyd.


The upcoming King's Quest revival looks to be in good hands, thanks to "The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom" developer The Odd Gentlemen. Today, the developer revealed the game's voice cast for the first time and the lineup includes a strong field of veteran voice actors. On top of that, the cast is led by long-time actor Christopher Lloyd, who will star as King Graham.

Lloyd has been a veteran actor for several decades, recognized for his roles in Back to the FutureWho Framed Roger Rabbit, and The Addams Family. He'll be joined by Josh Keaton (The Spectacular Spider-Man), who will play the younger Sir Graham, while granddaughter Gwendolyn will be voiced by Maggie Elizabeth Jones (Ben and Kate). The cast will be rounded out by Wallace Shawn (The Princess Bride), Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra), Michael Benyaer, Loretta Devine, Gideon Emery, Jean Gilpin, Michael Gough, Andy Pessoa, Kevin Michael Richardson, Kath Soucie, Fred Tatasciore, Richard White and Michael-Leon Wooley.

For a better look at the voice cast and the visual style of the new King's Quest, you can check out the full developer's diary below. The episodic King's Quest is set to kick off later this year on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.

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